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The LPGA Girls Golf Club of Bluffton will host a free presentation from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6 at Rose Hill Golf Club to introduce their 2013 program.
The LPGA Girls Golf Club of Bluffton is open at all girls ages 7-17 and allows
girls interested in golf to learn how to play golf, develop existing golf skills through motor skill activities, build new friendships and have fun.
Instruction will include all aspects of the game including on-course playing opportunities.
Bi-weekly events will be held on Sunday afternoons from January through May at Rose Hill Golf Club and several other golf courses in Bluffton. There will also be a field trip to the RBC Heritage presented by Boeing in April.
The cost for the six month program is $75 and scholarships are available based on need. The program is directed by Jean Harris (LPGA) and Krista Dunton (LPGA/PGA), both recognized by Golf Digest magazine as Top 50 teachers.
Details: Jean Harris, email@example.com.